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Hadean – In The Face Mix #007

The new mix from our resident Hadean, part of his regular slot on Sub FM after Kanji Kinetic. This mix blends garage into bassline and mutant bass, and features loads of new tunes from the man himself & Simtek, Rico Tubbs, Kanji and Submerse to name but a few. Checkit…
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Thorpey – In The Face Mix #006

The sickeningly young Thorpey brings us the latest exclusive In The Face Mix. At just 17 he’s already got tracks on Mutant Bass, Bass Hound Records & Horror Boogie, among others. From Sheffield, he’s clearly absorbed the northern bassline sound and twisted it with 90’s rave, making something new, heavier and much more mental.
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Hadean – Like That EP

Our resident Hadean brings the noise with this much hyped release on Bass Hound Records. With support from the likes of Krissi B and Kanji Kinetic, this release is big and the remixes are equally decent. From the moombah stylings of the VIP version, to the mental rave bass of Thorpey, as it is free this is not one to be missed!
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Releases blog

DJ Sega – Is That Your EP?

DJ Sega’s latest offering parodies the ridiculous EDM scene plaguing America right now, yet in doing so creates some pretty interesting (and hilarious) music. ‘Horny Women’ is a prime example, combining an amusing vocal sample, plus lots of shouting (wha! huh! etc…) with some breakbeats, pseudo-dubstep and of course wobble bass. Free too!
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Munchi – Skulltrap Vol I

As genre names get more and more ridiculous, Munchi decides to contribute with this hilariously titled offering, combining skullstep and trap music. Though the music is anything but, combining those awesome Limewax-esque snares with military hi-hats and industrial bass. Awesome and free-download it here (& read more about what Munchi has to say about the project)
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Mixes blog

Brock Out Mixtape 016: Hadean

With releases and remixes on Off Me Nut, Bass Hound and Mutant Bass, this is a producer who has previously stayed within the realms of heavy bass, but has branched out of late, experimenting with juke and its crossover potential with jungle and old skool hardcore. Check the steez…
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